Kingman Red Label- much more accurate, better fill, far less chops
Brass Eagle- less accurate, much worse fill, less chops, lots of indentions.
Six Spyder Sonics completely stock
One Brass Eagle Striker- Don't buy
Ridged where body of paint ball joins.
Chopped a lot
This paintball was available locally and had a x-ball logo so we tried 4000 rounds today. They were put through my six little sonics, the unloved brass eagle, and my brothers inferno. It was around 60 degrees today, so not too cold. The flew straight out of the brothers gun. But veered some out of the others. Less than the Brass Eagles but far more than the Kingmans. They did not break very often on human targets. I realize this could have allot to do with the weather and the clothing worn. However, it seemed to be about the same or even less than the Brass Eagle and definitely less than the Kingman. We had a huge problem with chopped balls, They chopped in every gun. This has not been a problem with any of the guns. We have had only two guns chop in the last 5000 or so paintballs. On the positive side, the fill was very good, the balls were not dimpled, and there were no broken balls in the packages.
I paid 10 dollars more than the Brass Eagles, and, 1 dollar more than the Kingmans to buy these. I do not feel like they were worth the money. I would only by these in a pinch.